Theoretical chemists, please join us for ACTC 2014 in the stunning mountain town of Telluride, Colorado, July 20-25, 2014.
ACTC 2014 will feature a week of superb plenary seminars presented by a diverse group of exceptional scientists working at the frontiers of theory, with ample time in the schedule for both formal discussion while in session and informal discussions on the local mountain trails. In keeping with the tradition of the ACTC, the program will address a broad range of current work, ranging from the electronic structure of materials to the structure of membranes. Poster sessions will provide the opportunity for all participants to present their own work to the theoretical chemistry community.
The Telluride Science Research Center is proud to host ACTC 2014 organized by University of Wisconsin - Madison Professor James L. Skinner and vice-chaired by Pennsylvania State University Professor Sharon Hammes-Schiffer.
Held every three years since 1972, ACTC is widely attended by chemists from both the United States and abroad. The meeting grew from the biennial Gordon Research Conference on Theoretical Chemistry, held from 1962-1970.
Registration is open to all those interested.
Registration includes two breakfasts, two lunches, and three dinners.
ACTC 2014 will be held in the beautiful, state-of-the-art Palm Theatre in the historic mining town of Telluride, Colorado, within walking distance of all the towns amenities. Built with comfortable tiered seating, fabulous acoustics, and a stage that facilitates easy viewing, the Palm is a perfect place for ACTC. Outside the theatre, under airy tents on the schools sports field and beneath the imposing silhouettes of Ajax and Ballard Peaks, ACTC participants will enjoy delicious, healthy, meals periodically throughout the week.
**Please be sure to register early to secure lodging in the town of Telluride at economical rate. The cheapest accommodation may not be available if you register late**
721 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435
|Altun, Zikri||Marmara University|
|Ananth, Nandini||Cornell University|
|Andersen, Hans||Stanford University|
|Bowman, Joel||Emory Univ|
|Cavalleri, Matteo||Int. J. of Quantum Chemistry|
|Cave, Robert||Harvey Mudd College|
|Chabalowski, Cary||Michigan Technological University|
|Charbonneau, Patrick||Duke University|
|Clementi, Cecilia||Rice University|
|East, Allan||University of Regina|
|Faraji, Shirin||Department of Chemistry, University of Southern C|
|Francisco, Joseph||Purdue University|
|Ghosh, Debashree||CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory|
|Glowacki, David||Stanford University & Bristol University|
|Goldfield, Evelyn||National Science Foundation|
|Green, Jason||University of Massachusetts Boston|
|Gruenbaum, Scott||Lake Forest College|
|Guenza, Marina||University of Oregon|
|Hammes-Schiffer, Sharon||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Hinde, Robert||University of Tennessee|
|Hirata, So||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|Hu, Zhonghan||Jilin University|
|Kowalczyk, Tim||Western Washington University|
|Levine, Benjamin||Michigan State University|
|Martinez, Todd||Stanford University|
|Miller, Thomas||California Institute of Technology|
|Miller, William||Univ of Cal, Berkeley|
|Noid, William||Pennsylvania State University|
|Olsen, Seth||The University of Queensland|
|Ondrechen, Mary||Northeastern University|
|Papoian, Garegin||University of Maryland, College Park|
|Parker, Gregory||University of Oklahoma|
|Saven, Jeffery||University of Pennsylvania|
|Schrier, Joshua||Haverford College|
|Shea, Joan-Emma||UC Santa Barbara|
|Silverstone, Harris||Johns Hopkins University|
|Silverstone, Harris [2nd Reservation]||Johns Hopkins University|
|Simons, Jack||Univ of Utah|
|Singer, Sherwin||Ohio State University|
|Skinner, James||University of Wisconsin|
|Stuchebrukhov, Alexei||UC Davis|
|Varganov, Sergey||University of Nevada, Reno|
|Wang, Feng||University of Arkansas|
|Wang, Zhen-Gang||California Institute of Technology|
|Xantheas, Sotiris||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|Zhao, Helen||UMASS Boston|